Microsoft Teams: walk-through for small charities

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Join us to see how using Microsoft Teams could benefit your organisation and how to get up and running.

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Have you got started with Microsoft Teams but don't feel confident that you're using it well? Or are you thinking of using Office 365 Teams and don't know much about it?

UK registered charities can use Office 365 for free under the Microsoft donation programme. Many small charities have started to use Teams to stay in touch during the coronavirus and collaborate both within their staff teams and externally with colleagues.

But it can be confusing, hard to know how to organise and know the settings that are most useful.

This short Teams webinar will take you through the basics of Teams, with time for Q and A thoughout.

 

Outcomes:

By the end of the session you'll:

  • Have a good understanding of the basics of using Teams
  • Be able to identify how to structure your Teams
  • Be confident to start using Teams in your everyday work

   

Is this walk-through for me?

This course is aimed at anyone who works for a charity that wants to better understand Teams.  It will be particularly useful for staff / trustees looking at smarter ways of working in their organisation.  

 

 

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Superhighways has been helping small charities migrate to Office 365. We use many of its apps, including Teams, in the course of our own work and to advise small organisations on best practice.

Alice Linell is the Superhighways Data and Evaluation Adviser, supporting small charities and community groups gain skills to better use data to help shape services and influence others. And has considerable Teams expertise.

 

Kate White has managed Superhighways for over 20 years and has extensive experience in supporting small charities and community organisations to be more efficient and effective using digital technology for social impact.

 

Philippa Leary, a trained teacher, has extensive experience working in communications, web development and digital inclusion in the voluntary sector. She has a passion and enthusiasm for charity communications.

 

Sorrel Parsons is a Digital Adviser & Training Manager at Superhighways and has 15 years experience of supporting charities and community organisations and volunteers in the UK to communicate with the people that matter to them, demonstrate their impact and raise funds. Sorrel is a fan of making digital work on a shoestring.

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